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30 editor Dr. Mrs. Kifaya Ifthikar, a Dental Surgeon from Kandy, who lives presently with her husband in Riyadh had a harrowing experience yesterday morning, when she made her final journey to Dawdami prisons. It is Dr. Mrs. Kifaya Ifthikar who
It's a fresh green land bursting with vitality and rice paddies and tea plantations, with wildlife parks and elephant sanctuaries, and where wild monkeys sit genially by in 1000-year-old temple grounds...World Heritage sites: the ancient cities of
IF I am reading the article correctly, they wouldn't have got anything had their step mother died before their father, as the money would have been destined for the grandchildren. As Mrs Cook is still alive, she needs to be taken care of in her
December 21, 2012 This gleaming novel tells the story of a Ceylonese Odysseus born poor in 1899. Through his protagonist's long and eventful life, Randy Boyagoda explores themes of shifting identity, of the diamond-hard determination to evade one's
20 editor High Commissioner Mr. Ashok K. Kantha visitedKandy in the Central Province on 16 November 2012. During the visit, he called on the MostVenerable Udugama Buddharakkita, Mahanayake Thero of Asgiriya Chapter and the Most Venerable
41 editor High Commissioner Mr. Ashok K. Kantha visited Nuwara Eliya in the Central Province from 17-18 November 2012. During his visit, High Commissioner along with Dullas Alahapperuma, the Minister for Youth Affairs and Skills Development,
Bernard Perera , the former Sri Lanka first-class cricketer and national women's team coach, has died aged 56 in a hospital in Peradeniya, Kandy, on Friday, where he had been receiving treatment the past fortnight. Perera had an attack of hepatitis
46 editor Octave Mirbeau's "The Torture Garden" is undoubtedly a classic novel, but a controversial one...Sadistic beauty or cruelty, literary brilliance, poetic humour, powerful critique against politicians and bureaucracy are some.
The Black Caps' tour to Sri Lanka has so far featured just 16 overs of cricket, leaving Williamson and his teammates dealing with more cabin fever than cricket. A combination of the rain and the lack of indoor facilities in the country has seen the
The A-9 highway in Sri Lanka plays a symbolic role connecting the central and northern parts of the island.